Alejandra Morán Espinosa

    Bachelor’s degree in law at the UNAM with honors, teacher at the UNAM and various private universities, lecturer, writer and teacher of legal topics related to: computer security, IT law, cybercrime, Information and Communications Technology, personal data protection, computer forensics, and cyberespionage among others. She is a member of the Academy of Multidisciplinary Law and New Technologies, an evaluator of content at INFOTEC, guest professor at the faculty of law at the UNAM, invited collaborator of the Education Secretary’s General Directorate of Technical Middle Schools in educational television as well as member of the Specialized Commission of Evaluators of Aspiring Assistant Investigators in IT Forensics which is part of the Mexico City High Court of Justice; instructor, speaker, and writer for the CERT of the UNAM and person in charge of the only investigation, teaching, and dissemination program of IT law and cybersecurity called IUSTICS based in FES Acatlan. Invited academic at National Digital Strategy events, as well as recent constituent and speaker of the “5th Latin American Meeting for: Cybersecurity, Cybercrime, and Computer Forensics” which literally incorporates the UNAM as one of the 15 most important academic institutions in the makeup of the current National Cybersecurity Strategy.

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